Plans to build a three-storey block of flats over a pay-and-display car park have been submitted to Bexley Council.

A development scheme at Nag's Head Lane in Welling proposes 25 new homes.

The Nag's Head Lane scheme was one of four projects recently awarded funding by the government as part of a national effort to increase developments on council-owned land.

The council consulted on its plans for the site in November and in the feedback given people raised concerns over the amount of parking along with the infrastructure and design of the block.

Plans have now been submitted which address the issues "where practical and possible", according to the council.

If the plans get approved, 14 one-bedroom,10 two-bedroom and one three-bedroom homes would be built in a three-storey block.

Eight of the homes would be shared ownership, the others for private sale.

It would include 13 car parking spaces, an increase of one from before.

The application has been submitted on behalf of the council, with the site being earmarked as a way to kickstart Bexley's "wider growth agenda."

According to the application: "The Nags Head Lane scheme is a high-quality design that will provide a strong presence to the street and great care has been taken to articulate the façades to provide visual interest and richness."

The council recently announced ambitious plans to build 31,500 homes by 2050, and the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has proposed an increase in the amount of homes built a year in Bexley from 446 to 1,245.